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Pisang Peak

4.9 (42)
Annapurna Region
26+ booked
15 days
Highest Elevation
6,091 m / 19,980 ft
0 yrs

Tour Overview

Embarking on a thrilling adventure, the Pisang Peak climbing expedition takes you deep into the heart of the Annapurna region in Nepal. This journey promises an incredible blend of natural beauty, cultural immersion, and mountaineering challenges. Starting from the picturesque town of Besisahar, you'll trek through stunning landscapes, including dense forests, terraced fields, and charming traditional villages. Along the way, you'll experience the rich cultural diversity of the region, encountering local communities and visiting monasteries that offer a glimpse into their way of life.

As the trek progresses, you'll gradually ascend towards the base camp of Pisang Peak, surrounded by breathtaking alpine meadows and icy glaciers. The summit climb requires basic mountaineering skills and will put your physical and mental strength to the test. Scaling the 6,091-meter (19,980-foot) peak, you'll be rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the Annapurna Massif, including Annapurna II, III, and IV, as well as other neighboring peaks like Manaslu and Dhaulagiri. Standing atop Pisang Peak is an exhilarating moment, a testament to your determination and perseverance.

Descending back to Pisang Village, you'll retrace your steps through the renowned Annapurna Circuit, immersing yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds you. The journey concludes with a celebration in Kathmandu, where you can reflect on the unforgettable experiences and memories created during the Pisang Peak climbing adventure. From the majestic Himalayan vistas to the cultural encounters and personal achievements, this trip offers an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to discover the wonders of Nepal's Annapurna region.

Tour Highlights

  • Breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna range and surrounding Himalayan peaks.
  • Immersion in the rich cultural diversity of the Annapurna region, with visits to traditional villages and monasteries.
  • Trekking through diverse landscapes, including lush forests, terraced fields, and alpine meadows.
  • Challenging summit climb to Pisang Peak at 6,091 meters (19,980 feet), requiring basic mountaineering skills.
  • Exhilarating sense of achievement upon reaching the summit and enjoying awe-inspiring vistas.
  • Retracing your steps through the iconic Annapurna Circuit, a world-renowned trekking route.


Day 1: Arrival To Kathmandu & Transfer To The Hotel (1,350m)
As you touch down in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital city welcomes you with a blend of culture, history, and bustling energy. You'll be escorted to your hotel, where you can settle in and anticipate the adventure that awaits you.
Day 2: Drive From Kathmandu To Nga Di Via Besisahar (760m)
Leaving the city behind, your journey takes you through diverse landscapes as you head towards Nga Di via Besisahar. The drive is a transition from the urban to the rural, offering glimpses of local life and the natural beauty of Nepal.
Day 3: Trek From Nga Di To Syange (1,100m)
The trek begins with the promise of new horizons. Following paths through terraced fields and quaint villages, you'll experience the warmth of the locals' hospitality. Syange, with its serene backdrop of hills, is a tranquil stop for the night.
Day 4: Trek From Syange To Tal (1,700m)
The trail winds alongside rivers and through dense forests, creating a captivating environment for your journey. Tal, with its picturesque landscapes, is a perfect spot to pause and soak in the natural beauty that surrounds you.
Day 5: Trek From Tal To Timang (2,270m)
As you ascend, the scenery transforms, revealing a mix of alpine and subtropical vegetation. The views of mountains in the distance create a sense of excitement, and Timang's cozy lodges offer a warm respite for weary trekkers.
Day 6: Trek From Timang To Lower Pisang (3,150m)
The trail leads you through traditional villages, where the distinct culture of the region comes to life. The awe-inspiring vistas of the Annapurna range accompany you, encouraging you with glimpses of what lies ahead.
Day 7: Trek From Pisang To Pisang Base Camp (4,380m): Camping
The terrain becomes more challenging as you venture towards the Pisang Base Camp. Towering peaks and the rugged landscape offer a sense of isolation and grandeur, setting the stage for the adventure that awaits.
Day 8: Acclimatization At The Base Camp (Rest Day): Camping
Adaptation to the altitude is crucial for your success. Spend the day resting, exploring the surroundings, and acclimatizing, as you prepare for the exhilarating climb ahead.
Day 9: Hike From Pisang Basecamp To High Camp (5,350m): Camping
Your hike to the High Camp is a gradual ascent that offers stunning panoramic views. The thin air and crisp atmosphere hint at the high altitude, and the towering peaks seem within arm's reach, inspiring a mix of awe and determination.
Day 10: Climbing [High Camp - Summit (6,091m) And Descend To Basecamp]: Camping
Today is the culmination of your efforts as you embark on the climb to Pisang Peak's summit. The challenging ascent is rewarded with an overwhelming sense of accomplishment and a vista that stretches as far as the eye can see. The descent to the Base Camp is a reflective journey back to familiar territory.
Day 11: Trek From Pisang Basecamp To Chame (2,670m)
Descending from the heights, you retrace your steps towards Chame. The contrasts in landscapes remind you of the remarkable journey you've undertaken.
Day 12: Drive From Chame To Besisahar (760m)
The drive from Chame to Besisahar serves as a bridge between the mountains and the plains. The transition is marked by changing scenery and a mix of emotions as your mountain adventure comes to a close.
Day 13: Drive From Besisahar To Kathmandu & Transfer To The Hotel
Returning to Kathmandu, you'll be enveloped by the familiarity of the city after days of exploration. The journey back is a chance to reflect on the experiences, challenges, and friendships forged during your time in the mountains.
Day 14: Sightseeing Around Kathmandu Valley
Dive into the cultural riches of the Kathmandu Valley, exploring historic sites, temples, and markets that have stood the test of time. The valley's heritage offers a fitting finale to your Nepal adventure.
Day 15: Transfer To The International Airport For Final Departure
With memories of the majestic peaks, the camaraderie of fellow trekkers, and the sense of achievement, you bid farewell to Nepal. The international airport becomes a crossroads of endings and new beginnings as you carry the essence of your journey with you.

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